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Federal Decision Orders Electric Companies to Issue $30 Million Refund

By: NBC Connecticut | Connecticut utility companies owe local customers a $30 million refund, according to a decision handed down by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission last week, and that is expected to cut at least part of the utility rate. On Oct. 16, the federal agency issued the ruling, which comes after legal claims … Read more

Oil, natural gas prices confound New England

By: STEPHEN SINGER | Pipeline bottlenecks that drove up natural gas home heating prices in New England last winter could cause trouble when the weather again turns cold, but oil prices that once climbed to record territory continue to fall. That unusual sequence of events — higher prices for natural gas prices, which is promoted … Read more

CL&P rate hike plea an outrage

By: CTpost.com | Few in Connecticut would forget Aug. 28 three years ago when Tropical Storm Irene careened into the state, causing widespread damage and leaving about half of the state in the dark without power. Thousands in western and southwestern parts of the state had no electricity for a week — or more. Slow-responding … Read more

Proposed new Connecticut utility rate draws fight

By: STEPHEN SINGER | Consumer advocates and state officials are lining up against a request by Connecticut’s largest utility to raise $232 million from a rate increase that would be used to upgrade equipment following destructive storms and toughen systems to prevent outages in the future. Customers would pay an average $150 more a year, … Read more

AARP, Consumer Counsel to fight electric rate increase

By: Skyler Magnoli | Connecticut Light & Power’s proposal to increase electric rates by $231 million drew sharp opposition from senior citizens during a teleconference Tuesday hosted by AARP and featuring the state’s consumer counsel. Caller after caller decried the proposal, which would take effect Dec. 1 if not modified by the state Public Utilities … Read more

Power on, NESCOE

By: Telegram.com | The purpose of the New England States Committee on Electricity (NESCOE) is straightforward, including, in the words of their regional cooperation statement, the advancement of “a regional energy infrastructure initiative that diversifies our energy supply portfolio while ensuring that the benefits and costs of transmission and pipeline investments are shared appropriately among … Read more

CT electric suppliers customer satisfaction above average

By: HartfordBusiness.com | Connecticut retail electric suppliers rank higher than average in residential customers satisfaction, according to California firm J.D. Power & Associates. The average score for Connecticut retail electricity customers was 632 out of 1,000. The average for the suppliers in the eight states that J.D. Power surveyed was 626, which was an improvement … Read more